Cannot find confirmation page "on off switch" Ricoh Afico 2035esp
I selected the fax option as advised but within the four tabs of settings nothing appears to be clearly labeled a "conformation page". Could you directl me to which tab to look under, and if there is an "alias" for the confirmation page.
We'd prefer to only print a confirmation if the transmission fails.
Re: Cannot find confirmation page "on off switch" Ricoh...
User Tools/Fax/Parameter Settings. Personally I wouldn't mess with those, it's to easy to totally mess up the fax system if you flip the wrong bit switch setting. I threw my 450 programing guides away some time ago being that there's just a hand full of these things left in the hole country. I believe if you go to Ricoh's web site and go to the download page, you can download the fax user manual which if memory serves me (and it often doesn't), you'll find how to change the fax parameter settings.
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one has nothing to do with the other.but to get rid of the cannot connect to dhcp gotouser toolson the top u will see a few tabs.. select the network tab.one of the options will be ip . select it and select specify.then press ok and exit user tools. that will get rid of the cannot connect error.but again it has nothing to do with the faxing
Most Ricoh multifunction printers have a set of parameter lists that control reports and journals. The parameters are set by using bit switches in the User Tools, and each machine has different switches to control different settings.
What kind of fax machine or printer do you have? The user manual has a list of all parameters and bit switches.
It's more complicated than it needs to be. You'll have to refer to the user manual under 'user parameters'. It's to difficult to explain here. But I can tell you that it is switch '3'......Bit '0' that needs to be changed. manual is here if you need it: http://www.ricoh-usa.com/downloads/manuals.asp?tsn=Ricoh-USA
* select "Fax 2000L" from the drop down menu (it's the same as yours"
Press the User tools/counter button;
Touch the Facsimile features icon on the touch panel;
select Gen. settings/Adjust tab;
touch Program fax information;
touch Own fax number;
touch For G3-1, then enter your fax number from the blue numeric
keypad then touch OK.
Touch Exit, then press User tools/counter button to go to Standby mode.
The majority of fax machines will do this,
I know as the ones i use in DHL are the same when i contacted the company Cannon they advised that it could not be disabled.
Which give the solution, All faxes are different and you will only know how to disable it by contacting the manufactures support.
I agree full it is anti enviromently friendly and a waste of ink